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You should always try to keep your FLV dimensions ending with even numbers. The VP6 codec and some others really suffer when their dimensions aren't divisible by 16.
Thanks for the tip, I'll keep that in mind.
I used the VP6 codec in AE and in the stand alone encoder provided with the Flash install. I don't think it's a codec issue. I also don't think, as a digital content producer, that I should really worry about the dimensional problems that a codec may introduce. It's really just oversight on the QA team, plain and simple.
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